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For all the people whining about how you can't upload anything with less than 60 frames a second, worm is a slow mo app. What do you think a 20 frames a second video would look like in slow motion? Stilted, Skippy and downright horrible. It's not hard to work out. For what they have done, I think they've done a great job. There are a couple of interface problems and the app is a bit slow, but overall I really enjoy it and it's a good place to post your videos that are meant to be viewed in slow motion
Useless app this just wasted my time. It says videos with only 60fps can be uploaded and i tried uploading a 20fps. Still i got that warning messages saying "Videos with only 60fps blah blah can be uploaded. You better fix this issue. This app made no sense to me. Sorry i had to uninstall 😤😩
How to Start a Worm Bin is well-written and accessible. With Henry Owen’s clear guidance, I set up a good bin in the best location and filled it with the proper mix of bedding. I was then able to quickly identify a reputable place to buy my first batch of red wigglers. Once my worms arrived, the book helped me detect the signs of over-feeding; how to maintain a balanced moisture level; and, offered specific and comprehensive tips for regular maintenance to ensure a healthy wormery. The appendices are organized for quick reference, including a FAQ section and trouble-shooting chart. My wormery is thriving! The section “Worm Composting for Kids” inspired me to invite my granddaughter to share in the experience and to gain her first scientific and ecological insights. An added bonus is the author's generosity in providing ongoing electronic links and information to those who buy the book.I highly recommend this guide to those interested in a responsible and fascinating route to making a positive, environmental impact and achieving nutrient-rich compost to boot.Owen's guide is well organized and clear, with each chapter addressing a specific component of running a good womery, addressing fully fears and concerns beginners unavoidably face, maintenance tips that assure a continued healthy bin, and even suggestions for inviting children into the worm composting experience!I definitely recommend this book to anyone considering worm composting.
Henry Owen does an excellent job of emphasizing the important aspects of vermicomposting, while keeping the dialog light and entertaining. Children and adults alike should have no trouble with following his straightforward and easily understood formula for successful home e book does not delve into large scale, commercial methods. This one is for the folks that want to do something that is good for the planet and easily accomplished at home without spending a lot of money or adding a lot of work to your busy schedule. Highly recommend for those with an interest, as it is a short read.
This is a good starter guide for beginners. I guess I was expecting a little more. If you have purchased a commercial kit like the worm factory 360 like I have, the book that is included with it covers just about as much or more than this book does. I was looking for more in depth information on combinations of food that would produce different results in nutrient levels etc.., I am also interested in the use of cold manures such as goat etc.. that can be used if done properly and this type of stuff isn't really talked about. If you are building your own setup or new to worm farming and just trying to get the basics this is a great book to start with.
I made a worm com poster from 2 Lowes buckets and a lid. Put some red wiggles in it, paper and food scraps and that's it. I had no clue what to do next. This book provide the answers. Well written extremely helpful
Though a bit repetitious I found the book super informative and straight forward. Wish I had had it before I started my 3 worm bins because the info in this book would have prevented me from loosing a whole bin (2000) worms to a simple mistake. I recommend this as reading for any beginning vermiculturist.
This book was easy to read with clear instructions for starting a worm farm. I can't wait to get started! I have already ordered my worm compost bin and am looking forward to an environmentally friendly way to dispose of my food scraps.
I'm really glad there's a quick bare bones book on vermiculture that I could read faster than the average movie.If you are interested in composting with worms but have no idea where to start, this is a cheap way to find out some is repetitive in parts though, as in whole parts repeated verbatim. Yes, the information could be reviewed but I felt like it was to up the word count, or you could tell that the writers & editors couldn't be bothered with writing something new properly because they were in such a race to have a "brief book on worm poop."If you are looking to build your own worm composting box, this is not the book to learn how much bothered me a bit that he didn't talk about how to find reputable sources for worms, and instead just threw in a link to something. This happens several times.Overall though, for a few bucks & an hour of your time, you will get a basic rundown about vermiculture, though you may want to read up on something with some more specifics first, or see if there is some urban gardening going on in your area.Or, really, though this is not the book I would choose to inspire it, Go full speed ahead! We need more urban farmers and to create a sustainable food and lifestyle.
The re-release of a classic first published 35 years ago, Worms Eat My Garbage has everything that the beginner to advanced vermicomposter needs to know to make a thriving habitat for earthworms to compost the organic waste produced by an average e book is full of fun illustrations and easy to read and understand instructions. It's impossible to overstate the importance of shepherding our resources and reusing, recycling, repairing the items we can. In the western world, we throw away a staggering amount of food which could easily be turned into compost to improve the soil so we can reduce the need to transport food and grow our own. Even if we don't use the compost in our gardens, it's fantastic for houseplants and starting seedlings.I have noticed that the compost also seems to make my houseplants stronger and more able to withstand the stresses of being indoors. None of my 'worm compost' houseplants seem to get aphids or scale or mealybugs or any of the other nasties which attack indoor e book begins by introducing vermiculture and spends a chapter explaining the differences and cultural requirements of the most used species and their strengths and weaknesses. The next few chapters explain the different types of containers, how to build a container (or modify a bought one), figuring out and collecting bedding and how to source your worms. The introductory and setup chapters comprise roughly 35% of the content and they are well illustrated and very well explained in plain, readable e next chapters describe what (and how) to feed your 'worm workers', how to keep the environment in your worm box(es) optimal for production and growth, what other critters can possibly pop up and what to do about them (in general, they're supporting characters and completely harmless, so leave them alone to help your worms... the few exceptions are well explained and illustrated).There is also an interesting chapter of FAQs including a section on the anatomy and physiology of worms and how they do what they e final 10% of the book is given over to worksheets and record keeping examples (extremely useful), resources, links (updated), appendices and l in all a thorough and entertainingly written and illustrated book about a useful ve starsDisclosure: I received an ARC at no cost from the author/publisher.
Thats not normal: Games with high quality on mobiles is VERY rare. This is one. Only worms game i played before is "Worms: A space oddity" for the Wii, so i knew what i had to expect. The weapons with their unique ( dis- ) advantages, the maps, everything is great. Well, camera could be perfectioned, or the online matches ( They are cutted too much ) but the rest is awesome!
I love worms on the PC and was excited to see it on my phone. Unfortunately, the controls are not very intuitive and that frequently causes errors in game play. Granted the touch screen makes it difficult to design a good system, but more effort could have been put into the design. The multiplayer is also just okay. You only play one turn at a time. I understand that is well suited for mobile play, but it would be nice to have the option to play a full game real time. This game is fun but not worth $4.99.
This is an amazing game! Too bad your support/update division sucks... Multiplayer games not ending even after weeks of waiting for player turn. Phone not receiving any notifications only on this game, use to fix it with delete data and sign in again but now no notifications at all. Support told me that user data has now been passed on to the relevant team to assist in their investigation of the matter... months later no fix not even an update...
----Edit 8/1/15. Still loving this game. Few minor bugs, but nothing too frustrating. For the last day or so, however, I haven't been able to start a new game in online. Hoping you're just doing server maintenance or something. Also, are online rankings ever going to work?----- Nice to have a new arena to play real people again. Needs a "Nudge" button or "Force Forfeit" feature for those who start a game but don't finish. I've got fifteen games going on right now, most of which have only one or two moves.
Great little game that you can spend all day playing, while also having a week-long match with a friend going that you tend to occasionally. The game takes awhile to start, so an option to disable the opening splash and "touch to continue" screens would be awesome, but I'm sure the developers wouldn't want to remove their logo from the beginning. The only real issue I'm having is that turn notifications aren't working currently for me or any friends, so you never know when it's your turn without checking.
The game is great and brings back a lot of good memories. Issue I currently get is to do with multiplayer, every now and then I will lose the games in progress (disappears from game last), get sync errors or my friends lose there side of the game. This needs fixing. Feature request would be allowing more then 1 vs 1 in any one game.
This game is really good I have had it since last year,last year is when I purchased it. There is only a slight problem how do I change my worms username. Not the team of worms or the worms in my team I just want to know how I change my actual account username on it. If you tell me team 17 I will give you a solid 5 star 🌟. Please reply back thanks.
EDIT: Reinstalled the game: back on business. _____________________________________________ After the last update, the game won't open in my Motorola Xoom tablet. It used to run perfectly smooth in the tablet and still opens in my phone (Galaxy GT-I9295). Crash details: after "Touch screen to continue", the screen freezes and crashes, as soon as I touch it.
It's been mentioned dozens of times, but multi-player needs a serious revamp. No notifications, and I have some games with over 100 days inactivity. Needs an automatic resign after a certain point.. I'd even be happy with 30 days! Want to clear out these 6 games but they're ranked and I don't want to have to forfeit.
Login with Google throws ambiguous error "An unknown error has occurred", and a second attempt will crash the game. Tried uninstalling and re installing, but issue persists. I have checked I have all updates to Google play services, and all other apps, but to no avail. This issue renders the game unplayable and I will be contacting team 17 for a refund.
the fact that people just don't finish games when they are losing needs to be addressed. I play about 40 games a week ranked and 35 never get finished because people no they won't lose points if they just don't finish... this is [email protected]#$% the winning player should get points on some sort of time out basis and those not bothering to finish for this reason should lose points!
Great game for asynchronous multiplayer. The gameplay itself is good but there are a couple of issues. Notifications have stopped alerting me of my turn so I have to text my friend when its his turn. Another annoying thing is that most people won't finish an entire game so you either have to quit or have a dozen games that are progressing nowhere and there is nothing to try to limit that.
I saw this Game have multiplayer and I'm like cool! When I started playing multiplayer I realized how badly its set up. I mean seriously I have to wait hours for someone to finish their turn and I cant see what they doing until I click the my turn button. Sorry but this game isn't how I imagined. May I get a refund Thanks.
I have always liked to play worms, but just recently I haven't been able to start a new online game! A friendly, random match is all I want to begin and I keep getting the message: sorry, you are unable to create a game at this time. Why is this??? I paid to play this game why aren't I allowed to play online games anymore??? Please respond asap.
Keeps putting me into a game that's already started and when I quit it says that the file was corrupted and when I exit out of the game it counts as a loss. Also how long does one have to make a move before they automatically forfeit or something? I love the game but there are many bugs that still need to be worked out.
Overall fun game. I have found that after certain circumstances, I stop receiving notifications for when other players play. Not sure what causes it though. Also there *needs* to be a 14 day time limit for Ranked matches. If the other person doesn't play for that long it is a forfeit. I have three games that are tied up with people who haven't played in months. Also I have been having problems with the notifications coming through for new moves.
I love the game and can play online against known friends. Unfortunately online games against random players never make it past the 2-3 round before I get an error message about corrupt data. The app also frequently asks me about cloud data being more recent....I emailed Team 17 a week ago and haven't heard back.
Worms games have always been some of the best multiplayer games. This one with asynchronous game play is top notch. This would get 5 stars but still has glitches where i can't continue a game and have to restart with my friend. Also I no longer get notified of my turn. It's set to show notifications but doesn't. Will get 5 if fixed.
Amazing. That's really all I can say. The silly style of it and the weapons are just ridiculous. However... The only thing I don't like is how FAR the camera is to the worms themselves. I can barely see, even when the view is maximized. Please either make the worms bigger so I can see them, or make the camera zoom better. I really enjoy it, other than that
Love the game, it plays really well. The problem is it won't load with out an internet connection. Online license check required. Not good for a mobile game. I want to play on my tablet when travelling and don't have wifi available. If this changes it will get 5 stars.
I like how this improves on Armageddon for everything but the difficulty. The computers are really stupid always shooting themselves or not moving away from the water on sudden death so in the later worlds it just ends up being the number of worms being the only challenge. Other problems include the small amoumts of bugs (mostly with movement) and the biggest problem is with the buttons. When I'm moving across the map and a button is in the way of the landscape then I could die. You need to make it invisble
I love the worms games and have done for years how ever on my nexus 6p with the latest update the controls for the ui have stopped working as they should and actually cost the the match because of mistakes which shouldn't of happened. Fire, jump, choosing a weapon in the menu are all effected. The game play and graphics are otherwise good but I'm getting quite annoyed not being able to play as I should. Would still recommend this game to those fond of the worms series
I enjoyed playing Worms World Party on the PS1 as a kid, and now I get to relive that experience! It's a fun game, and the core of what it's about it pretty much the same. However, being a touch screen game makes it difficult to maneuver, especially with the jetpack, as well as doing anything with a time limit. Online play seems to be a bit buggy as well. Beyond those things though, the game is still fun, and if you enjoyed playing on console, it's worth the dollar it costs.
How I wish I found this earlier. This game is so addictive. Update 7 /10 /15 Game takes about a minute to start up. The only reason this bothers me is because when I'm playing online and have to exit the app to check other apps or make a call or text I have to restart the game and wait another minute for the game to start. Fix it and I will give 5 stars
I love the concept of this game! It's so fun to play with other people and have feiendly competition. However it's so laggy and I have to refresh the game menu before its my turn. I also hate how the game requires us to watch "80 seconds" of what the opponent did before we can play. There's no option to fast forward or skip .__. It gets really annoying.
Bought this to support the team behind a good old game. Unfortunately the mechanics aren't as much fun as they used to be, options very limited, and small UI annoyances make the game directly frustrating to play on tablets. This should have stayed all the way back in the 1990s.
There's a free game called Warlings which is based on Worms which is far more fun than Worms for mobile, because its controls are optimised for touch screen making it significantly easier to control. They use an Angry Birds style launching controller which is much more fun and more intuitive to use. The user experience of this game would be much better if the control interface was similar to Warlings. I actually find this game unplayably bad because of the controls.
Playing locally is good, but the web play is not. Would be great to have the option to play a game in real time, rather than waiting for ages for the other player to complete their move. Also, can't figure out how to get rid of games where the other player has clearly given up.
One of the best idle games I have ever come across! It is made hugely addictive by it's massive number of upgrades to unlock and it's simple gameplay elements. Also, the lack of any IAPs (that I have noticed, anyway) has been really refreshing to see in a game of this genre. I'm certain I will be playing this for a long time to come. I'm loving it!